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  1. CBA delayed action over consumer credit insurance failures
    The Hayne royal commission has heard how the Commonwealth Bank continued to sell consumer credit insurance products for years after concerns were raised...
    Daily | 20 Nov 2018 04:21pm
  2. Kiwis fear insurance retreat from high risks
    New Zealanders are becoming increasingly concerned that insurers may withdraw cover from high-risk areas as the impact of climate change intensifies...
    Daily | 20 Nov 2018 02:58pm
  3. CEOs take the pledge – zero tolerance for harassment
    Executives from some of Australia’s leading insurance groups have pledged an “unwavering commitment” to creating diverse, inclusive workplaces...
    Daily | 20 Nov 2018 02:54pm
  4. HDI makes property team appointments
    HDI Global has strengthened its Australasia property team with appointments in Sydney and Melbourne…
    The Professional | 19 Nov 2018 02:34pm
  5. UAC to decide on board members
    Four spots on the Underwriting Agencies Council board are being fought over by seven member representatives…
    The Professional | 19 Nov 2018 02:34pm
  6. Claim Central appoints NZ chief
    Digital claims manager Claim Central Consolidated has appointed Jeff Pryde as New Zealand Country Head, based in Auckland…
    The Professional | 19 Nov 2018 02:33pm
  7. UAC seeks expo sponsors
    The Underwriting Agencies Council has produced a sponsorship proposal for next year’s Underwriting Expo…
    The Professional | 19 Nov 2018 02:32pm
  8. Allianz manager wins icare achievement award
    Allianz GM Government Services Mark Pittman received a lifetime achievement honour at Insurance & Care NSW’s Care and Service Excellence Awards last week…
    The Professional | 19 Nov 2018 02:32pm
  9. Insurers on the move as Brexit deadline looms
    Most British insurers likely to be affected by Brexit have moved or started moving their European business to the Continent, ratings agency AM Best says…
    International | 19 Nov 2018 02:01pm
  10. JLT chief to head merged specialty business
    JLT Group CEO Dominic Burke will chair the new Marsh-JLT Specialty business, to be launched after a merger of the two broking giants…
    International | 19 Nov 2018 02:01pm
  11. Death toll rising as California faces record bushfires losses
    The number of people killed by devastating California wildfires has risen to 79, with more than 1000 still missing…
    International | 19 Nov 2018 02:00pm
  12. Lloyd’s opens Brussels branch
    Lloyd’s new Brussels office is open for business, staffed by 50 people…
    International | 19 Nov 2018 02:00pm
  13. Talanx makes gains despite industrial slide
    HDI Global parent Talanx has reported a 9.9% rise in net income to €488 million for the nine months to September 30…
    International | 19 Nov 2018 01:59pm
  14. Vehicle cover drives US personal lines growth
    Steady growth is forecast for personal lines insurance in the US, driven by strong premium gains in motor insurance…
    International | 19 Nov 2018 01:59pm
  15. Backing for contract terms reform as Hayne reopens
    Policy submissions to the Hayne royal commission have shown “substantial agreement” on extending unfair contract terms to insurance and introducing disclosure reforms, Counsel Assisting, Rowena Orr, told the opening of the final round of hearings today…
    Regulatory & Government | 19 Nov 2018 01:57pm
  16. IASB mulls delay on accounting standard
    The start date for a new insurance accounting standard may be deferred by a year pending the outcome of a public consultation, which is expected next year…
    Regulatory & Government | 19 Nov 2018 01:56pm
  17. IAG steps up to protest ‘unfair’ CTP proposals
    IAG has taken an unusual step for an insurer by warning against ACT compulsory third party (CTP) draft laws that may make it more difficult for low-income earners to have their injuries independently assessed…
    Regulatory & Government | 19 Nov 2018 01:56pm
  18. Canberra funds future surge in prosecutions
    The Federal Government has announced a $51.5 million funding boost to fight financial misconduct…
    Regulatory & Government | 19 Nov 2018 01:55pm
  19. Senators doubt new dispute body’s abilities
    A Senate committee’s report on consumer protection in financial services has questioned the effectiveness of external dispute resolution schemes…
    Regulatory & Government | 19 Nov 2018 01:55pm
  20. Regulators flag ‘forceful’ response
    The financial services industry has been warned to expect a tougher approach from corporate and prudential regulators next year…
    Regulatory & Government | 19 Nov 2018 01:54pm

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